Thank you to everyone who submitted cute and silly captions to our week of woodland creature caption contests! It’s been such fun reading them all this afternoon.
John and I really hate picking favorites, but we’re willing to do it for you cool people. So here we go!
Our favorite tiny owl caption is by Sadie:
Tiny owl doesn’t give a hoot about practicing for his flying test; he knows he’ll be able to wing it!
Our favorite tiny fox caption is a tongue twister courtesy of Devon:
What’s a knit kit without a kit to knit? ;)
Cristina’s tiny hedgehog caption gets props for being both weird and cool:
Day 32 of secretly integrating myself into pinecone society, and they’ve yet to become suspicious.
And Salla came up with a tiny tree caption that is sweet and understated:
Tiny tree is always well-grounded and his Woodland friends would describe him as being down-to-earth.
Congratulations to these worthy witty wordsmiths, each of whom wins the new Tiny Woodlands PDF pattern collection, which—yes!—is now available in the shop.
But wait, we have one more winner! Of all the lovely poems we received, one stood out for its fun story and clever rhymes:
There once was a spiffy wee fox,
Who took pride in his vermilion locks.
He ran this way and that
To avoid becoming a hat;
Oh that sneakily stylish li’l fox!
If the above image looks a little familiar, that’s because these were the mystery preview kits that we were sending out in July. So many reveals in one blog post!
Thanks again to those who participated in our little contest. I hope you all enjoy the patterns!